On a point of order, Mr. Griffiths. I am sure that you want the Committee's deliberations to be as informed as possible. During our discussions this morning, the hon. Member for Eastbourne (Mr. Waterson), who had done his homework better than I had, referred to the regulatory impact assessment of the Bill. The Vote Office in the Members' Lobby told me that the Department had not supplied it with copies of the assessment. The Library told me that it had one copy, which was for reference only, but that I could visit the website and print off the 46 pages myself. The Vote Office has now asked the Department for copies of the assessment. May I, through you, Mr. Griffiths, ask the Department to assist the Committee in its deliberations by ensuring that the regulatory impact assessment is made available to hon. Members as a matter of urgency?